Bill and Hillary

Bill and Hillary

by Christopher Andersen (Author)

Synopsis

Together, Bill and Hillary Clinton scaled the heights of power and prestige, only to have his wantonly reckless behaviour bring them to the brink of personal and political ruin. Despite the billions of words that have been written about Bill and Hillary, the true nature of their relationship has remained a jealously guarded secret. This book explores what really goes on in the private residence at the White House and includes details of Bill and Hillary's courtship; the hundreds of women in Bill's life (from Barbra Streisand to Monica) - and how Hillary has handled them; the heartbreaking toll the President's self-destructive acts have taken on both women, his wife, and daughter Chelsea. It also examines the roles that sex, money, power, lies and scandal have played in the making and unmaking of the Clinton legacy. Yet whatever the judgement of history, the continuing saga of Bill and Hillary is shown as - above all else - a love story.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 352
Publisher: Sphere
Published: 20 Jan 2000

ISBN 10: 0751530352
ISBN 13: 9780751530353

Author Bio
Christopher Andersen is the acclaimed author of twenty books that have been translated into more than twenty languages worldwide. A former contributing editor of PEOPLE, Andersen has also written hundreds of articles for a wide range of publications including LIFE magazine and THE NEW YORK TIMES.